Does taking yardage reductions ultimately improve your chances of winning at caps? The best handicap shooters are on the 27 - obviously. Are they the best because they hit a stopping point and were then able to stay there and master it? If so, are you better off going back and forth or should you stick at a certain yardage until you master it and then move on? I ask this because I have seen AA 27 yard shooters who don't shoot well from the mid yardages.